The 2022 James Logan Award Recipients
Hannah Henderson has generously given her time, energy, and treasure to many causes in Philadelphia. A member of the NSCDA/PA for over 25 years, she has generously supported Stenton. She and her late husband, J. Welles Henderson, were avid collectors, and she supported his efforts to found the Independence Seaport Museum. Mrs. Henderson served as a trustee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Opera Company of Philadelphia, and as an overseer of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, with many other passions.
Timothy Rub served as The George D. Widener Director and CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art from 2009-2021. During his tenure, Mr. Rub oversaw the completion of the “Core Project.” This major renovation campaign repurposed more than 90,000 square feet in the main building, creating more space for modern and contemporary art and new galleries devoted to telling a broader and more inclusive narrative of the development of early American art.
The communities around Stenton have greatly benefited from the tireless efforts of community leader Richard Washington. Mr. Washington is the founder and CEO of Bringing Everybody Together (BET), which strives to make the communities of Logan and Nicetown a better place by providing life skills and mentoring to local youth, encouraging them to take pride in themselves and their community.